Fly Fishing Question and Answer Podcast with Harry Murray

Fly Fishing Question and Answer Podcast with Harry Murray and Murray's Fly Shop

“Reading the Water” for Jeff Murray is a 3 step process. 1) Where do I suspect the trout will hold? 2)Where do I present my fly? 3) Where do I position myself?

In this fly fishing podcast, Harry Murray discusses a broad variety of questions ranging from fishing small mountain trout streams to large western trout streams to river fishing for smallmouth bass.  Some of the topics covered include:

  • The value of satellite beacons.
  • Tying Streamers that sink properly
  • Good rod length for small mountain trout streams
  • Choosing the best leader
  • Catching a trout that refuses your first draft
  • Hiking into remote sections of the streams
  • Reading the water
  • Delicate fly presentations

Also be sure to check out our Fall Fly Fishing Guide before heading out on your next fishing trip.

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Fly Fishing Question and Answer with Harry Murray

Fly Fishing Questions and Answers Podcast with Murray's Fly Shop and Harry Murray

“Swing Nymphing” will enable you to fish your nymph deeper than any method you can use with a floating line. Even beginning angles in our schools quickly master this technique.

This months fly fishing question and answers podcast includes Harry Murray discussing the swing nymphing technique used with Scientific Angler Indicators, hook sharpening files, barbless vs. barbed hooks, landing nets, and what insect repellent can do to your favorite fly rod.

Looking for that perfect gift for your family member, friend, or best fishing buddy….get a Murray’s Fly Shop Gift Certificate!

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Virginia Fly Fishing Report Podcast – March 2016 – Murray’s Fly Shop

Matching the Hatch

Harry gets his best trout fishing by matching his flies to the natural insects.

In this Virginia Fly Fishing  Stream Report, Harry Murray discusses the trout fishing in March including the natural nymphs that are active early in the month and what flies to use to match the hatch.  He also discusses the importance of the water temperature and how this prompts the nymphs to emerge into the adult flies.

Recommended Fly: Mr. Rapidan Parachute Dry
Recommended Leader: Classic 7 1/2ft 5X Knotted leader or Trout Nymph Leader

In the second portion Harry discusses the specific locations in the rivers where you can expect to find bass in March along with the best tactics and flies that are effective.

Recommended Fly Line for Bass Fishing: Scientific Anglers Sonar Sink Head 30 Warm  with a Murray’s 6ft 2X Fluorocarbon Leader

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Virginia Winter 2015/16 Fly Fishing Report Podcast – Murray’s Fly Shop

Fly Fishing in Virginia in December - Fly Fishing Podcast - Harry Murray - Trout Fly Fishing

In this Virginia Fly Fishing Stream Report Podcast, Harry Murray discusses the tactics and flies which are effective in fishing the large stream with nymphs for trout.  Flies discussed include: Murray’s Adams Nymph, Murray’s Professor Nymph, and Murray’s Dark Stonefly Nymph

Learn How to Fly Fish with our two hour workshops,  1-day Mountain Trout Schools, and our 1-day Smallmouth Bass Schools.

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Fly Fishing Report Podcast – Early Fall 2015

Jeff Murray with a smallmouth bass

We catch many large smallmouth bass in the early fall with our Murray’s Crayfish and Magnum Streamers.

In this Fly Fishing Report Podcast we discuss Early Fall Fishing Conditions you will encounter in Virginia and around the mid-Atlantic region.  In this podcast Harry Murray discusses the fly fishing tactics to use in order to get your best fishing on the stocked trout streams and delayed harvest trout areas for the months of October and November.   Effective flies: Pearl Marauder size 10, Black Marauder size 10, Shenandoah Silver Ghost size 10.

The second section of this podcast covers the smallmouth bass fly fishing on the Shenandoah River  with the best tactics, the best sections of the river, and the best flies to catch the large bass as the rivers cool through the fall.  Effective flies: Murray’s Crayfish size 6, Murray’s Magnum Hog Sucker size 4 and Murray’s Magnum Darter size 4

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Fly Fishing Report Podcast – Late Summer 2015

Fly Fishing Stream Report Podcast - Murray's Fly Shop

Many large trout feed heavily on natural cress bugs below the springs during the summer.

Fly Fishing Stream Report Podcast for late Summer 2015

In this Fly Fishing Stream Report Podcast for late Summer 2015 Harry Murray discusses the best areas to find the trout in the stocked trout streams and the most productive flies and techniques including Ed Shenk’s Cress Bug.  Also with the water levels dropping for the end of the summer he touches on the best flies (Murray’s Moth, Housefly, Oakworm, & Yellow Jacket) to use to catch those brook trout in the mountain trout streams in the Shenandoah National Park using the hands and knees approach.
The last section of this podcast covers the smallmouth bass fishing on the Shenandoah River. He discusses when, where and how to catch the bass feeding on the Hexagenia Mayflies along with a new technique and flies (Mr. Rapidan Skater, Shad Streamer) for catching bass with a riffle hitch.
See our video on the riffle hitch (click here).

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Fly Fishing Podcast – July 2015 – Murray’s Fly Shop

MFS Fly Fishing Report July - Murray's Fly Shop Podcast Fishing Report Shenandoah River Virginia, Shenandoah National Park, George Washington National Forest

Harry Murray discusses how to find the trout in the stocked trout streams and the best tactics and flies to use to catch them.
Flies that are working: Murray’s Dark Stonefly Nymph size 12, Murray’s Yellow Stonefly Nymph size 16, and Mr. Rapidan Soft Hackle Brown size 12

The second part includes the “change of pace” trout flies that are working well for us that match the natural foods in the mountain trout streams.  Check out our “change of pace” trout fly assortment!

The last segment includes Harry’s new “Escaping Minnow” Streamer Technique as well as fishing hellgrammites and surface bugs on the Shenandoah River for smallmouth bass.  Flies that are working include: Shenk’s White Streamer size 6, Murray’s Olive Marauder size 6, Heavy Black Hellgrammite size 4, Blue or Damsel/Black Popper size 6 and Shenandoah Chartreuse Popper size 6

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April – May 2015 Fly Fishing Report Podcast

Jeff Murray with a smallmouth bass on the North Fork of the Shenandoah River

Jeff Murray with a smallmouth bass on the North Fork of the Shenandoah River

In this fly fishing report podcast Harry Murray discusses in three parts the stocked trout fishing, mountain trout fishing, and smallmouth fishing along with what flies and techniques are working.
Part 1–Stocked Trout Streams and Delayed Harvest Streams–Harry explains how to fish nymphs effectively for the large trout which are stocked in our trout streams.  Effective flies include: Murray’s Dark Stonefly Nymph size 12, Murray’s Yellow Stonefly nymph size 14, and Mr. Rapidan Soft Hackle Nymph, Brown size 10
Part 2–Mountain Trout Streams–Harry explains the wonderful fishing which can be found in the mountain trout streams with the tactics and important feeding stations. Effective flies include: Blue Quill Dry size 16, Mr. Rapidan Parachute Dry size 14, Mr. Rapidan Emerger size 12, Murray’s Little Yellow Stonefly Dry size 16

Part 3–Smallmouth Bass–You can catch many large bass now by using the tactics and flies Harry discusses today to fish the protected feeding stations in our rivers. Effective flies include: Shenk’s White Streamer size 4, Murray’s Olive Marauder size 6, Murray’s Pearl Marauder size 6

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Virginia Fly Fishing Stream Report – March 2015 – Murray’s Fly Shop

Virginia Fly Fishing Stream Report
March 2015 – Murray’s Fly Shop

William Downey (102 years old) has enjoyed the trout fishing in the Shenandoah National Park since before WWII.

William Downey (102 years old) has enjoyed the native brook trout fishing in the Shenandoah National Park, since “before the war” in his words. (That would be WWII)

In the first part of this Virginia fly fishing stream report Harry Murray discusses the effective flies and tactics for fishing streamers below the riffles on our stocked trout streams.  (Hot Fly–Murray’s Marauder in Black or Pearl size 10)

The second part of this fly fishing report covers the sections of the streams and locations along with the best flies and tactics to use when fishing the Mountain Trout Streams in the Shenandoah National Park and George Washington National Forest. (Hot Fly–Mr. Rapidan Parachute Dry size 14, Mr. Rapidan Soft Hackle Olive size 12)  For more information on the Shenandoah National Park Streams check out the book Trout Fishing in the Shenandoah National Park.

The last segment of this podcast fly fishing stream report covers the locations in the local rivers where the bass feed under the present conditions along with the best flies and effective tactics.  (Hot Fly–Magnum Creek Chub size 4 and Magnum HogSucker size 4)

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Smallmouth Bass and Trout Fly Fishing Report Podcast

August-Podcast


Smallmouth Bass and Trout Fly Fishing Report Podcast
– Stream Report for Smallmouth Bass and Trout Fly Fishing in the Shenandoah Valley – August 2014

Harry Murray discusses the river conditions for the North and South Fork of the Shenandoah River along with the best smallmouth flies to use and how to flyfish them in this part of Virginia.  We have been fishing well the last two hours of daylight with the Shenandoah Blue Popper size 6.   In the second part of this podcast he discusses the trout fishing in the mountain trout streams in the Shenandoah National Park, Blue Ridge Parkway and George Washington National Forest along with the best flies to use in your flyfishing the unusual late summer conditions we are experiencing this year (2014).

If you are interested in learning to fly fish, we are currently conducting our half day fly fishing lessons in August and September.  These are held on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 9a.m. to 1p.m. These are great for those just starting, those that want to brush up on their skills, or for those that just want to enjoy a few hours on the river.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at info@murraysflyshop.com or (540) 984-4212.

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Harry Murray’s Fly Fishing Podcast Fishing Report Smallmouth Bass & Trout for May-June 2014

Fly Fishing Podcast Fishing Report May 2014 Shenandoah Valley Virginia
Harry Murray’s Fly Fishing Report for Smallmouth Bass & Trout–May-June 2014.
In this fly fishing report podcast Harry Murray discusses the streams conditions plus the techniques to use at this time of the year on our smallmouth bass rivers in the first part.  The second part includes the conditions of the trout streams and what flies and techniques to use. Interested in learning to fly fishing?  Consider our Smallmouth Bass Fly Fishing Schools or our 1/2 day Fly Fishing Lessons. Have questions on where to go?  Stop by the fly shop and we’ll be happy to go over the maps with you for the best areas to fish.

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Spring Fly Fishing Report for Smallmouth Bass and Trout – Virginia

Spring Fly Fishing Report for Smallmouth Bass and Trout VirginiaSpring Fly Fishing Report for Smallmouth Bass and Trout – Virginia with Harry Murray and Murray’s Fly Shop.
It’s time to find your fly fishing gear and check your flies!
In the first part of this Fly Fishing Podcast Harry Murray discusses the Trout fishing along the Blue Ridge Parkway, Shenandoah National Park and George Washington and Jefferson National Forest.  He discusses the long winter and how it is affecting the trout fishing on the streams throughout the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.
In the second part of this Fly Fishing Podcast Harry Murray discusses the Smallmouth Bass fishing in the rivers of Virginia and how the winter chill is affecting the fishing on the river in and around the Shenandoah Valley.

Products discussed in this Fly Fishing Podcast include:
Trout Fishing in the Shenandoah Park Book by Harry Murray
Virginia Blue Ribbon Streams Book by Harry Murray
Murray’s Magnum Hog Sucker #4
Murray’s Black Madtom/Sculpin #4

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Smallmouth Bass and Trout Fly Fishing Report Podcast – October

Smallmouth Bass and Trout Fly Fishing Report Podcast - October

Smallmouth Bass and Trout Fly Fishing Report Podcast – October 2013 with Harry Murray.  In this fly fishing report Harry Murray discusses how to fish deeply for smallmouth bass and the best flies to use in late fall and winter. Smallmouth Bass Flies discussed in this fly fishing report podcast include the Murray’s Magnum Bluegill #4, Murray’s Magnum Creek Chub #4, and Shenk’s White Streamer #4.

The second part of the discussion includes how to fly fish two nymph rigs and single streamer systems on delayed harvest Trout Streams and large Trout Streams in the fall and winter. Trout Flies covered in this fly fishing report podcast include the Murray’s Dark Stonefly Nymph #12, Murray’s Olive Caddis Pupa #14, Pearl Marauder #10, #12 and Black Marauder #10, #12.

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Trout and Smallmouth Bass Fly Fishing Report Podcast

Trout and Smallmouth Bass Fly Fishing Report Podcast
Trout and Smallmouth Bass Fly Fishing Report Podcast August 2013 for the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia:  Listen in as the first part of this report Harry Murray discusses his “change of pace flies” for the mountain trout streams and the tactics to use with these wary trout.  In the second part the fly fishing podcast we continue with the large stocked trout streams on where to fish and what flies to use.  The third part consists of the best tactics to use for smallmouth bass during this unusually cooler weather and the Hexagenia hatch.
Flies discussed included: Murray’s HouseflyShenk’s Cress BugShrimpMagnum Creek ChubPoppersMr. Rapidan Skater

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Fly Fishing Report for Trout and Smallmouth Bass for July 2013

TROUT AND SMALLMOUTH  BASS FISHING REPORT JULY 2013

Fly Fishing Report for Trout and Smallmouth Bass for July 2013.
Listen to Harry Murray’s fishing report on spotting trout tactics for the mountain trout streams at this time of the year. He also discusses the large trout streams and how to fish hoppers and crickets along the undercut banks.  The smallmouth bass fishing has been great with the Floating Minnows and Magnum Hog Sucker.

 

You can learn these techniques by attending our 1/2 day fly fishing lessons.
$98/per person  Need more info…click here!

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Virginia Fly Fishing Report for Trout and Smallmouth Bass

Virginia Fly Fishing Report for Trout and Smallmouth Bass
Virginia Fly Fishing Report for Trout and Smallmouth Bass

Virginia Fly Fishing Report for Trout and Smallmouth Bass June 2013.  In the first part of this fly fishing report Harry Murray discusses the fishing on the remote head water streams in the Shenandoah National Park and the best flies to use such as Murray’s Fly BeetleMr. Rapidan Parachute, and Professor Dry.
The second part Harry discusses the large stocked trout streams such as Big Stoney Creek along with the flies he recommends: Murray’s Flying Beetle, Mr. Rapidan Delta Wing Caddis, Olive, and Shenk’s Cricket.

In the last part of Harry’s discussion he covers the underwater flies and topwater flies along with the tactics we are using to catch some of our largest bass of the season. These flies include the Olive MarauderMagnum Hog Sucker and Creek ChubShenandoah Blue Popper, and Shenandoah Chuggar Chartreuse.

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May 2013 Shenandoah Valley Virginia Fly Fishing Podcast Report

May 2013 Shenandoah Valley Virginia Fly Fishing Podcast ReportShenandoah Valley Fly Fishing

May 2013 Shenandoah Valley Podcast Fly Fishing Report
Listen as Harry Murray, owner of Murray’s Fly Shop, discusses the current stream conditions and short term fishing forecast for the Shenandoah National Park, George Washington National Forest and Shenandoah Valley stocked trout streams. Harry also covers the Shenandoah River and it’s warm water tributaries as they relate to Smallmouth Bass Fly Fishing through the month of May and early June.  Check out our Fishing Reports for up to the minute detailed reports on both the Trout and Smallmouth Bass fly fishing in the Shenandoah Valley.

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Murray’s Fly Shop March 2013 Fly Fishing Report for Trout And Smallmouth Bass

Listen to Harry Murray’s advice and predictions for trout fishing in Virginia and smallmouth bass fishing in the rivers for early spring.
Trout Fly Fishing Smallmouth Bass Fishing Report

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Mountain Trout Fly Fishing Tactics May 2012 Podcast

Brook Trout Fly Fishing Shenandoah National ParkIn this Podcast Harry Murray discusses Fly Fishing Tactics for Trout in the streams of the Shenandoah Valley including the Shenandoah National Park and George Washington / Jefferson National Forests in late spring and early summer (May – June).

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Preseason 2012 Fly Fishing Podcast Report for the Shenandoah Valley

How has the warm winter affected the stream and rivers in the Shenandoah Valley?  Listen to Harry’s Podcast Fly Fishing Report for Smallmouth Bass and Trout in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.  This report cover the time period we would normally consider early season or March 2012.

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Winterize your Fly Fishing Equipment

Winterize your Fly Fishing Equipment Podcast - Murray's Fly Shop

Cleaning, Inspecting and Dressing a Fly Fishing Line to prolong it’s useful life.

Winterize your Fly Fishing Equipment Podcast

Winterize your Fly Fishing Equipment Podcast – Listen in as Harry Murray discusses winterizing fly fishing tackle to ensure it is in good shape for your Spring fishing. Your fly fishing gear will work better and last longer when you take the time to follow these simple steps both prior to storing and after heavy use through the season.

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Fishing Shrimp and Cress Bugs for Trout

Fly Fishing Shrimp and Cress Bugs for TroutCress Bugs, Shrimp, Trout Fly Fishing

Listen to Harry’s discussion on Fishing Shrimp and Cress Bugs for Trout – These insects are available to trout on many streams but this podcast focuses on Spring Creek fly fishing.  The Spring Creeks, with their high PH and consistent temperatures, are an ideal environment for the production of abundant numbers of both freshwater shrimp and cress bugs.  The selective feeding habits unique to spring creek trout is a direct result of the abundance of food availability throughout the year.  Much of this food is in the form of shrimp and cress bugs.  Listen as Harry discusses the techniques and tactics to turn a tough day of spring creek fishing into an outstanding day by using a few simple methods he has honed to perfection since the early 1960’s.

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Chironomid Midge Trout Fishing

Chironomid Midge Trout FishingListen to Harry Murray as he discusses fly fishing for trout with Chironomid Midges.

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Switch Rod Fly Fishing for Smallmouth Bass

Switch Rod Fly Fishing for Smallmouth Bass

Listen to Harry Murray discuss the techniques and tactics which make the utilization of a Switch Rod beneficial for the Smallmouth Bass Fly Fishermen and women.

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Reading a Smallmouth Bass River

Listen to Harry Murray discuss the details of reading the water to improve your Smallmouth Bass Fly Fishing success.

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Upstream Dead Drift Nymphing

Murray's Heavy Hellgrammite Nymphs

Harry Murray discusses Upstream Dead Drift Nymphing Tactics for both Smallmouth Bass and Trout.

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Selecting a Fly Line

Fly fishing fly line selectionSelecting a Fly Line. Do you know the difference between the hundreds of different fly lines on the market? Why are there so many choices? Do I really need to have dozens of fly lines at my disposal to take up fly fishing? Does the flyfishing world try to make it difficult to understand fly lines? No, I don’t know, No and yes (it’s confusing to me as well!!!!).
Every day I have folks asking for help in selecting the right fly line for their flyfishing. The decisions are mind boggling! It confuses the majority of us and I have even upon asking the manufacturers, had some long moments of silence and blank stares. The choices don’t have to be confusing. In this article I have tried to simplify the selection process, regardless of the manufacturer, for the beginner or the advanced fly fishing angler. I have compiled a list of the fly lines typically used and summarized them by the tapers (shape and weight) which I use for the various types of fly fishing conditions. Check it out….

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Fly Fishing for Smallmouth Bass Podcast Part XV

This podcast with Harry Murray covers Late Season Smallmouth Bass fly fishing techniques and tactics.

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Smallmouth Bass Fly Fishing Podcast Part XIV

Harry’s discussion on Fishing the Chase for Smallmouth Bass from July to October

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Smallmouth Bass Fly Fishing Podcast Part XIII

Harrys view on fishing the tails of the pools for smallmouth bass from mid July to mid October

Harry’s view on fishing the tails of the pools for smallmouth bass from mid July to mid October

Harry’s view on fishing the tails of the pools for smallmouth bass from mid July to mid October

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Fly Fishing for Smallmouth Bass Part XII

Fly Fishing Grassbeds for Smallmouth Bass from July to mid September

Fly Fishing Grassbeds for Smallmouth Bass from July to mid September

Harry’s view on FISHING GRASSBEDS FOR SMALLMOUTH BASS from mid July to mid September

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Smallmouth Bass Fly Fishing Podcast Part X


Listen to Harry discuss tactics to use while fly fishing Surface Bugs for Smallmouth Bass from mid July through the end of the season.

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Smallmouth Bass Fly Fishing Podcast Part IX

Harry’s view on Smallmouth Streamer Tactics from mid June to mid July

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Smallmouth Bass Fly Fishing Podcast Part VIII

Harry’s View on Fly Fishing for Smallmouth Bass tactics with dry flies from mid-May to mid-June.

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Smallmouth Bass Podcast Part VII

Smallmouth Bass Fly Fishing Streamer Tactics from mid May through June.

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Fly Fishing Smallmouth Bass Podcast Part VI

Early Season Fly Fishing Techniques for Smallmouth Bass on Nymphs

Early Season Fly Fishing Techniques for Smallmouth Bass on Nymphs

Smallmouth Nymph Tactics from early April to mid May

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Smallmouth Bass Fly Fishing Podcast Part V

Listen to Harry Murray’s discussion on fly fishing for smallmouth bass with streamers from early April to late May.

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Smallmouth Bass Podcast Part III

Fly Fishing for Smallmouth Bass is intricately connected to the available food supply. Here we discuss the Natural Food For Smallmouth Bass.

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Smallmouth Bass Fly Fishing Podcast Part II

Smallmouth Bass Fly Fishing

Smallmouth Bass Fly Fishing

We discuss Fly Fishing Equipment for Smallmouth Bass and the When, Where, Why and What’s that are involved in the decision making process.

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Smallmouth Bass Podcast Part I

Listen to Harry Murray discuss the beginning of a series of podcasts on smallmouth bass fly fishing. He is going to discuss the motivation of why we fish for smallmouth bass.

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Trout Fishing Podcast Part XI

Fishing Medium to Large Streams from early September to the end of the year

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February Thaw Trout Fishing Report 2/7/2009

Sideline cabin fever!  A promise of beautiful weather this weekend will bring about smiles from anglers throughout the mid Atlantic!

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Trout Podcast Part III

Harry Murray with his rainbow trout.

Harry Murray with his rainbow trout.

Spotting Trout while fly fishing can be beneficial and a significant advantage under the right circumstances.

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Fly Fishing for Trout Podcast Part II

Reading a Mountain Trout Stream

Reading a Mountain Trout Stream

This Fly Fishing for Trout Podcast is about reading the water for various size trout fishing streams.

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